Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Where Whitey Belongs?...



















It wasn't your typical field trip that Danielle Quinto took her fourth-grade class at Our Community School in North Hills on last week.
Her 25 students - all from lower- to middle-class working families - didn't go to the Los Angeles Zoo or Travel Town.
Instead, they went to see men whom they said scared them, men they thought were dangerous and stole things.
Quinto took her class of 9-year-old children on a field trip to a city-funded, day-labor work site in North Hollywood near a Home Depot.
"I'll tell you this, the men I talked to after those kids left really appreciated it. I think they saw a little of their own kids in them." (the Narrator note: Since this is Mexifornia, that may not be an 'expression')
The kids also want to raise some money to help the day laborers improve their job-site center and buy the tools they need to do their jobs as masons, painters, carpenters, landscapers and a host of other manual labor job.
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Talk about crossing cultural boundaries!
A White woman with a Spanish surname, living in a predominantly hispanic area in a predominately hispanic State, takes a classroom full of mostly hispanic
students to visit hispanic migrant workers at a 'day laborer site' ran by, you guessed it, a hispanic woman.

Gee if this can happen out there, maybe there is hope for the Israelis and Palestinians after all!

Seriously, White people really do love martyring themselves....and other Whites along with them. It's no wonder why so many of them become "Christians", since they get off on mentally masturbating to the above image (a 'White man' tortured, beaten, bloodied, reviled, ridiculed and nailed to a cross for the 'sins of -White- Mankind).

This is why more skepticism needs to applied when examining the 'wisdom' of the Bible. The altruistic nature of European peoples is a blessing when taking place among European peoples, but when projected onto non-Whites, who do not share it, it can, and has become, a tremendous Achilles' heel.
'Do good to those who hate you' and 'blessed are the peacemakers' sound good and wise to the undiscerning, but the consequences to those around the man who embraces such a philosophy are rarely given thought of. And upon closer examination the notions themselves are rather selfish, unless you truly are an island unto yourself.

How many people have suffered down through time because their leaders 'made peace' and brought a war to an end that left whole populations within the expanded borders of their enemies?
This martyrdom complex has been brought up here before.


When you decide to 'love those who hate you' you're dragging family, friends and perhaps Nation along and martyring those closest to you just so you can have a warm fuzzy feeling of having 'done the right thing', while ignoring the pain and suffering your philosophy (and its sometimes long lasting, multi-generational effects) inflicts upon others.

For example, this is our leaders 'making peace' (on our behalf) with Mexico,

'White House: No Further Data on Americans Killed in Mexico'


The White House has joined the Justice Department and State Department in stating that it has no information on arrests, prosecutions or convictions related to the murder or execution cases of 128 American citizens in Mexico from 2005 to 2007.
....The alert, issued Apr. 15 and still listed as valid as of today, also says, "Dozens of U.S. citizens were kidnapped and/or murdered in Tijuana in 2007" and that "in some cases, assailants have worn full or partial police or military uniforms and have used vehicles that resemble police vehicles."
The report indicated that 667 Americans had been killed in Mexico by non-natural causes during the three years covered. An analysis showed that 128 of those deaths were listed as either "homicides" (126) or "executions" (2) and that a majority of those murders (68) had taken place in Mexican cities immediately on the U.S.-Mexico border. Another 12 Americans, the report indicated, were murdered in other locations in Mexican states bordering the United States.
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As you can see, the Kings get 'blessed' for making peace while their 'subjects' get abducted, raped, tortured and murdered by those who hate them.

Sadly many Whites still embrace the ideas of Christianity even after they've declared their rejection of the faith.
After all, the image above is at the very heart of the religion, and it's an image White people idolize.
And that is the image of a White man who has surrendered all to those who despise him and has allowed himself to be viciously murdered without the slightest hint of struggle for survival.

Sound familiar?

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